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A comprehensive eye examination to check your vision, eye health, and to determine prescription requirements. Your optometrist will provide advice for your individual needs and lifestyle.
This means that if you are an eligible Medicare card holder you may not have to pay out of pocket expenses.
Some consultations are not covered by Medicare, including some contact lens consultations. Please contact us for more information.
This examination includes a comprehensive eye test, which will determine your suitability for contact lenses and your specific requirements for this type of vision correction solution. Contact lens consultations may be covered by Medicare. Please contact the store for further information.
This appointment is for an existing contact lens wearer who needs a check of their eyes and contact lenses, or an update of their contact lens prescription. Contact lens consultations may be covered by Medicare. Please contact the store for further information.
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We encourage arriving 10 minutes prior to your appointment time to ensure we can understand all of your vision needs.
Please bring to your appointment:
1) Your Medicare Card and Health Insurance Card (if applicable)
2) Your previous spectacles (if any)
3) Your previous contacts (if any)
When you first have an eye test, your optometrist will get the lowdown on your eyes, vision, health and lifestyle in order to tailor the test to you.
We all know how powerful the sense of sight is - but when we think of body health, we often don’t think about what our eyes need.
Contact lenses are popular for a reason - they make life much easier for many people with vision issues. However, they might not be the right option for everyone.